About Me

I have just graduated from the Integrated Dual Degree (Bachelors+Masters) program of the Electrical Engineering Department at the Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IITM). From August 2019, I will be pursuing a Master of Science (MS) in Robotic Systems Development (MRSD) in the Robotics Institute, School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA.

I am interested in electronics, physics, mathematics, artificial intelligence, human computer interaction and computational neuroscience. (Yup, spans just about everything awesome.)

I blog about my projects and ideas, and all sorts of interesting things that I am working on. Don’t worry, I have plenty of geeky jokes and technical amazement for everyone. 🙂 When I’m get some free time, I like to read books, play badminton, and watch animated/superhero movies.

I completed my Dual Degree Project (DDP) with Prof. Radha Krishna Ganti, where I built hardware and software systems for assisted driving and autonomous vehicles. I took this idea forward in the form of a startup called Dynamove and built a team around it. We were finalists in several national and international competitions, and were featured by prominent media platforms including YourStory and The New Indian Express.

During the course of my education, I undertook internships and responsibilities at various organizations, including PIX Moving in Guiyang, China, NVIDIA, Tejas Networks, and Xerox in Bangalore, India, and AirOK Technologies in Chennai, India. I even worked with California Communications Inc. as part of a remote internship. I worked on a very wide range of projects from hacking autonomous race cars to programming systems for optimizing cellular coverage to developing circuits for air quality monitoring and purification.

Check out my GitHub repositories here and LinkedIn profile here. Or you could read my blog, or dive into the technical details of my portfolio.


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